Personal Geographies, which I was inspired to pull off the bookshelf after creating these rubber cement resist watercolor paintings.)
I followed Elise's technique pretty much exactly, so you can read her blog post for her directions, but I also took photos of each step of the process as I carried it out, so I thought I would share them with you here:
First, I used blue painter's tape to secure my 9x12 cold-press watercolor paper to a piece of palette paper on my work space. (I tried low-tack artist's tape first, and too much watercolor paint seeped underneath it. The blue painter's tape left a gorgeous crisp edge.)
More drying--which meant more time mesmerized by bubbling rubber cement.